|Full Name||Vanessa Yurkevich|
|Birth City||New Jersey|
|Relation With||Brian Dutt|
|Date of Birth||November 29,1985|
American journalist, Vanessa Yurkevich is currently working for the CNN News as the Chief TV and digital correspondent. She has worked as a business journalist in some of the aspiring environments. Her career in journalism has influenced not only within the boundaries of the media house but also through people's perspective.
Vanessa Yurkevich was born on November 29, 1985. She went to Montclair High School for her early studies. She then attended Fordham University and earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication and Media studies while minoring in Spanish.
The CNN journalist, is in a romantic relationship with a guy named Brian Dutt. Brian is a CEO and Founder of BeeRoll ice skating company. Scrolling both of their social media, we can find many pictures of them getting cozy with each other.
Not just that, the couple often spends a lot of time visiting different exotic places. Recently, Vanessa posted a cute photo of both of them celebrating Christmas.
In some of the posts, she is also seen spending time with a baby. Well, no worries, that's not her child though. Vanessa is not a mother as of now but she is a proud auntie. In some of her Instagram posts, she's posted pictures of her nephew and sister with adorable caption to go with it.
Besides that, she loves spending time with her friends and crew members, which can frequently be seen on her Instagram post. Unlike other CNN journalists, Ana Navarro and Al Cardenas, the news of Vanessa's wedding is not confirmed. There are no wedding ring in any of their fingers so' it is safe to say that, both are not married but in a relationship as of now.
Vanessa is a rising journalist and business analyst from New York. Considering her career graph, Vanessa's net worth isn't less than $500,000. Looking at other journalist like Cal Perry whose wealth is around $3 million, Vanessa's fortune might be more than that.
As per Glassdoor, an average of a CNN journalist is ranged between $69,979-$101,051. Seeing her experience and status in the network, she is likely to receive an excellent amount of remuneration. However, the accurate figure of her income is also under review as of 2020.
She currently lives a luxurious and lavish lifestyle. She spends quite a cash traveling and partying with her female friends. Doubtless, she is earning sufficient money from her career in journalism.
Vanessa started off her work by interning at ABC News in 2006. She worked as a freelance producer for the Associated Press. As a proficient Spanish speaker, she conducted interviews for the AP channel in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Vanessa started to work for the NY1, where she had the responsibility of editing stories related to Barack Obama's Puerto Rico visit, 2010Haiti Earthquake, Yankees' ticker-tape parade.
Likewise, she became an executive reporter for the channel in February 2010, where she provided stories from New Jersey, Queens, and Staten Island.
Later in January 2012, she was assigned the task as a local reporter for the New York Times interviewing food, culture, and the 'hidden gems' in the locality.
Vanessa Yurkevich also covered for the British news giant BBC. As a correspondent, she focused on the travel industry, bringing out stories ranging from opinions for business travelers.
Staying with that, her latest travel attractions is on the eastern part of the USA. If you're a frequent viewer of the show, then you can watch the latest travel episodes on the television sets.
Yurkevich joined the news honcho CNN in October 2014 as a digital correspondent. She was tasked to produce videos about events and parts on CNN's website.
Some of Vanessa's works include the report's on the election, coverage with steelworkers in Pittsburgh as well the senior citizen's community.
One of her astounding works includes immigration from the Mexican-United States border, where she spent months on making reports about protecting the US border.
Vanessa awarded the Scripps Howard Immigration Fellowship from the International Center for the Journalist. Moreover, she won the Webby Award and Edward R. Murrow Award for her coverage of the 2016 United States Presidential election.
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